Math Grade 7 Quiz Solving Multistep Ratio and Percent Problems – 7.RP.A.3
This standard delves into applying proportional relationships in solving various realworld multistep problems that involve ratios and percentages. It encompasses a range of contexts, such as calculating simple interest, tax, markups and markdowns, gratuities and commissions, fees, percent increase and decrease, and percent error. The goal is to equip students with the skills to interpret and solve these types of problems, enhancing their numerical proficiency and ability to apply mathematics in reallife scenarios.
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A $60 game is on sale for 15% off. After the discount, there’s a 10% sales tax. What is the final price?
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A real estate agent earns a 6% commission on the properties she sells. If she sells a house for $250,000, how much does she make in commission?
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An item is marked up by 20% and now costs $72. What was the item’s original price?
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4. Question
If a restaurant bill is $85 and you want to leave a 20% tip, how much will the tip be?
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5. Question
A store is offering a 30% discount on all items. After buying an item, a 5% sales tax is applied to the discounted price. If the final price is $110.50, what was the original price?
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6. Question
After a 10% increase, a population is 330,000. What was the original population before the increase?
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7. Question
A dress was originally $50 but is on clearance for 40% off. There’s an additional 20% employee discount. What is the final price of the dress?
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If a student answered 90 out of 120 questions correctly, what is the percent error in terms of the number of questions answered correctly?
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James bought a shirt originally priced at $40, but it was discounted by 25%. How much did James pay for the shirt?
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Sarah invested $1,000 in a savings account with a 3% simple annual interest rate. How much interest will the investment earn after two years?
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